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More pain for Australian aviation with release of #casa corporate plan

More pain for Australian aviation with release of #casa corporate plan.

and what of the full relationship with the ASRR report?? Does not match up at all.

casa 2015

A plan signed off by Alan Hawkes, with no proper direction to the industry as to proper interaction. There is no committment for the new Board that commenced on 1st July 2015 as to whether this meets any of their expectations.

This is the most amazing direction taken by an organisation and it’s “new direction”. This has to be the biggest kick-in-the-teeth that aviation has seen for decades.

Essentially more of the same and this is confounded by Skidmores comments below:

casa 2015 B

The diagram produced at page 11 says it all:

casa 2015 C

No feedbacks, no involvement of industry, just more micro-management and damage to the Australian aviation sector.

If you read below and compare above, there is no way forward.


New corporate plan links review and expectations

CASA’s latest corporate plan has been released.

The plan incorporates both the Federal Government’s responses to the Aviation Safety Regulation Review and the Statement of Expectations to the CASA Board from Deputy Prime Minister and Infrastructure and Regional Development Minister Warren Truss.  A section of the plan sets out the specific initiatives to be undertaken by CASA to meet the recommendations in the Aviation Safety Regulation Review and the Statement of Expectations.  CASA’s Board will provide Minister Truss with detailed quarterly performance reports against the initiatives.

The plan links the Review recommendations and Statement of Expectations with the relevant CASA goals and performance indicators.

The goals to be met are:

  • the maintenance and enhancement of a fair, effective and efficient aviation safety regulatory system;
  • engagement with the wider aviation community to promote and support a positive safety culture;
  • and continuous improvement of organisational performance.

There are ten key performance indicators including CASA not unnecessarily impeding the efficient operation of regulated entities, actions being proportionate to the risks being managed and communication being clear, targeted and effective.

CASA’s performance in delivering against these goals and performance indicators will be set out in the annual report.

Read CASA’s latest corporate plan now.

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